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May 01, 1959 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-05-01

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Falene Berg to Wed
Sheldon L. Freedma fa

activities inociety

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Freeman, of 20 Chicago Blvd., have
returned from a two-month visit to Palm Springs, Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. William Belinsky, of 21911 Cloverlawn, Oak
Park, will entertain 40 of their friends at a bon voyage cocktail
party Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bricker, who are
leaving shortly for a visit to Europe and Israel.
Mr. Austin A. Kanter, of the Jerome Kanter Insurance
Agency, has returned from a convention of the National Life
Insurance Co. of Vermont, held in Nassau, Bahamas, B.W.I.- To
qualify as a delegate, Mr. Kanter had to sell over a half-million
in life insurance. For three years now, he has been a member
of the company's Million Dollar Round Table.
Miss Marilyn Lucas, 16-year-old pianist, will be presented in
a piano recital by Julius Chajes at 2:30 p.m., May 10, in the
Aaron De Roy Theater of the Jewish Community Center, 18100
Meyers. The public is invited to attend at no charge.
Phi Sigma of Wayne State University is one of 13 WSU
sororities which has announced its lits of spring pledges. They
are the Misses Judy Charmer, 17316 Washburn; May Fuller, 5 5 48
MISS FALENE BERG
W. Outer Dr.; Sheila Smith, 18222 Parkside; Linda Victor, 18303
Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Berg,
Fairfield; Linda Silvers, 16852 Pinehurst; Patty Margolis, 19315
Warrington; Teri Gonte, 19421 Votrobeck; Diane Kronen, 13159 of Majestic Ave., Oak Park,
Talbot, Huntington Woods; and Rebecca Chodoroff, 17318 West- announce the engagement of
over.
their daughter, Falene Rose, to
Sheldon Leonard Freedman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Freedman, of Hartwell Ave.
Concert to Open Center Theater
The bride-elect is a graduate
Violinist Mischa Mischakoff direction of Julius Chajes, at of Wayne State University's
will be soloist with the Center the opening of the Aaron De college of education. Her fi-
Symphony orchestra, under the Roy Memorial Theater on Tues- ance graduated from the WSU
day evening at the Jewish Com- college of pharmacy. A De-
BB Rex Lodge Names munity Center, 18100 Meyers cember wedding is planned.
at Curtis.
Committee Chairmen
Mischakoff, who was for 18 Ex-Detroit Professor
The following chairmen of
Bnai Brith Rex Lodge's 10th years concertmaster of the NBC at Ohio State Wins
orchestra,
un-
anniversary celebration year der
the direc-
sub-committees have been an- tion
Guggenheim Award
of Arturo
flounced by Harry Mirvis, hon-
s
Tocan
ini , is
A former Detroiter who is
orary past president and gen-
now a professor of philosophy
eral chairman of the Lodge's the p r esent
concertmast e r
at Ohio State University, is the
celebration committee:
recipient of a Guggenheim Fel-
Harry Carris, summer pro- of the Detroit
lowship for a year's study in
gram; Herb Lefkofsky, pub- Symphony Or
Europe.
licity; Robert Russman, bowl- chestra. He
He is Dr. Morris Weitz, son of
ing; Milton Goldman, Founders has been solo-
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Weitz,
Day banquet; Morton Tatken, ist with ma-
of 2116 Oakman Blvd., who was
civic and cultural night; Mur- jor orchestras
one of only two OSU faculty
ray Hozman, night club event; throughout
members to be awarded the
Maurice Wilson, promotional; the co untry
Robert Burke, - finance; and and has also
coveted fellowship.
Mischakoff
Martin Band, journal and ad established a
Dr. Weitz will leave for Eu-
book.
reputation as an outstanding rope in September. He will
teacher.
study logical and conceptual
Soprano Wins Scholarship
He will be heard in Brahms' issues in the philosophy of
OTTAWA, (JTA) — Miss Violin. Concerto in D Major. criticism, as exemplified in the
Beiva Boroditsky, Winnipeg- Beethoven's Symphony No. 8 criticism of Hamlet.
born soprano, was awarded an and Mozart's Overture, to the
A former Fulbright Scholar-
arts scholarship of $2,000 and "Marriage of Figaro."
ship winner, Dr. Weitz, in Jan-
a travel allowance from the
Tickets are available at the uary of this year, had his "The
Canadian Council.
Center office or call DI. 1-4200. Problems of Aesthetics" pub-
lished by Macmillan. It is being
used as a textbook in colleges
throughout the country. He also
has a previous work, "Philos-
for little girls
ophy of the Arts," published by
Harvard University Press.
The Guggenheim Fellow
holds a bachelor's degree from
Wayne State University. He
received his master's and PhD
degrees from the University of
Michigan.
Before assuming his present
post at Ohio State, Dr. Weitz
taught at Vassar College, the
University of Washington and
Columbia University.

Passover Brings
Great Grandsons

A

Passover present of two
new great grandsons was the
holiday surprise received by
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stolsky, of
18292 Washburn, last week.
The two boys were born to
Mr. Stolsky's granddaughters,
Mrs. Robert Liebman and Mrs.
Irving Layne, who even shared
a room together at Sinai Hos-

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Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Nedel-
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and assistance they have ren-
dered for me and my family. I
wish them all a happy future,
and, especially to Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Barden, a pleasant trip
to Europe and Israel and a hap-
py and safe return.
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